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Jeff Bezos briefly surpasses Bill Gates as the richest person in the world

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by hacko, Jul 28, 2017.

  1. hacko

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    http://www.seattletimes.com/business/jeff-bezos-tops-bill-gates-as-worlds-richest-person/

    Pretty awesome really. This is where the future is going folks - people will be buying everything and anything online. Find a problem to solve and make people's lives more convenient using the power of the Internet, then build a brand about it and watch it grow.

    Easier said than done obviously, but with Amazon buying Whole Foods, we can be getting commission when people want to buy bread soon.
     
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    You think the affiliate program will survive even when everyone types Amazon.com directly to buy there?
     
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    No idea I was just saying that it's cool to see more things being done online and Amazon growing. There will be some cool opportunities for marketers regardless.
     
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    Just make money using arbitrage and fulfilled by amazon instead. A giant portion of all listings are 3rd party companies.
     
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    I wonder what's going to happen to thewirecutter.com